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POSTAGE shel Thursday, June 25th—Lots 1 to 200
Friday, June 26th—Lots 201 to 407
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arise between two or more bidders, the lot so in dispute
shall be immediately put up again and resold, provided ©
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5s. ; and so on in proportion.
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abode, and to pay down 5s. in the pound, or more in
part of payment, or the whole of the purchase-money,
if required; in default of which the lot or lots so pur- |
chased to be immediately put up again and resold.
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to be a forgery, or reprint, or wrongly described in the
catalogue, the purchaser is at liberty to take or reject 3 i
provided always that notice of such rejection be made
and the lot srtnraed within seven days from date of
SixtH.—The auctioneers will not hold shiaeligabies responsible.
for any action that may arise, acting solely as agents
between buyer and seller and for both equitably.
The metal in which the coins are struck is indicated thus : —
A’ = gold, R = silver, = copper or bronze. ©
Care is taken to describe acaxiestely the condition of coins
and medals, using the following scale, Extremely fine, Very
fine, Fine, and Good. Where no condition is stated it
may be assumed that the coins and medals are not in how
COINS AND MEDALS.
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Pitot DAYS SALE.
On THURSDAY, JUNE 25Tu, 1931.
AT HALF-PAST ONE PRECISELY.
The Property of a Continental Collector.
1 A, Arcadius (395-408), Solidus, vev. CONCORDIA AVGG . B,
Roma helmeted, seated, facing right, holding Victory.
2 A, —— Solidus, vev. NOVA SPES REIPVBLICAE, Victory seated
on cuirass. Very fine 1
3 AN, Theodosius II. (408-450), Solidus, vev. CONCORDIA
AVGG.N, Roma seated, star in field, and Tremissis.
Both fine 2
4 A, Solidus, vev. CONCORDIA AVGG . TESOR (Thessalonica).
Fine and rare 1
5 A, Leo I. (457-474), Solidus, vev. VICTORIA AVGGGS., and
Tremissis. Very fine 2
6 WA, Zeno (474-491), Solidus, vev. VICTORIA AVGGGB., and
Tremissis. Both fine 9
Anastatius (491-518), Solidus, vev. VICTORIA AVGGGI., and
Tremissis. Very fine 2
Justinian I. (527-565), Solidus, vev. VICTORIA
AVGGG®, Semissis and Tremissis. Fine g
Justin II. (565-578), Solidus, bust facing, vev. VICTORIA
AVGGGI. Fine and scarce ]
Maurice Tiberius (582-602), Solidus, rev. VICTORIA AVGGE,
Semissis and Tremissis. All fine 3
Focas (602-610), Solidus, vev. VICTORIA AVSUE, Semissis
- and Tremissis. Very fine 3
Heraclius (610-641) (alone), Solidus, vev. VICTORIA AVSUE,
Semissis and Tremissis. Very fine 3
—— With Heraclius Constantine, Solidus ; and another
of Heraclius and his two sons, H. Constantine and
Heraclonas. Very fine 2
Constans IT. (641-668), Solidus, youthful, beardless bust
facing; another, with older bearded bust. Both
extremely fine 2
—— Solidus, still older bust with long beard ; another,
with long beard and moustache. Extremely fine 2
—— Solidus, obv. VICTORIA AVSUH, bust of Constans,
beard long, vev. standing figures of Constantine IV.,
Heraclius and Tiberius, conoB below. Very fine and
—— Solidus, obv. VICTORIA AVSUHX, similar to last, but
differences in Constan’s head-dress. Very fine and
Justinian II. (685-95), Solidus of Constantinople, the
Emperor standing, facing, holding cross and mappa,
vev. bust of Christ. Very fine and rare
Constans It. and Constantine IV., Pogonatus, Solidus,
vev. Heraclius and Tiberius, a cross on steps between
them. Very fine l
Solidus, similar, but the cross stands on globe.
—— Solidus, similar, but cross on steps without figures ;
and Semissis of Constans alone. Very jine 2
Tiberius III., Apsimarus (698-705), Solidus, TIbERIUS .
PE . AV, bust facing, with spear, rev. cross on steps.
Very fine and rare J
Leo III., the Isaurian (717-41), Solidus, bust facing,
holding globus and mappa, vev. VICTORIA AVSUI, cross
on steps. Very fine
—— Tremissis, D.LEON.PE, bust facing. Very fine
Constantine V., Copronymus (741-75), Solidus, obv. bust
of Leo III., with cross potent, vev. facing busts of
Constantine V. and Leo IV., cross above. Very fine 1
Theophilus (829-32), Solidus, obv. bust of Theophilus
facing, rev. facing busts of Michael II. and Constantine,
cross above them. Very fine and rare ]
Basil I. and Constantine VII. (869-79), Solidus, the two
Emperors facing, holding between them a cross. Fine
Romanus and his son, Christopher (921-27), Solidus, their
busts facing, holding cross. Very fine and rare 1
Constantine VII. and Romanus II. (945-59), Solidus,
busts facing of the two Augusti, vev. bust of Christ.
Very fine 1
A’, Nicephorus IJ. (963-69), Solidus ®EOTOC.b.H®O.
NICHF.DESP, busts facing of the Virgin and
Emperor holding between them a cross. Fine and
AN, John I., Zimisces (969-76), Nomisma of Constantinople,
obv. John crowned by the Virgin. Very fine ]
A’, Basil II. and Constantine VIII. (976-1025), Nomismata,
one on a large, the other on a small flan. Very fine 2
Nomismata, one on a large flan; and two, one with
annulets in nimbus, on small flans. Fine
A’, Romanus III., Argyrus (1028-34), flat Nomisma of
Constantinople, Romanus crowned by the Virgin.
Very fine and rare ]
A’, Constantine IX., Monomachus (1042-55), cup-shaped
Nomisma. Very fine ]
A’, Isaac I., Comnenus (1057-59), flat Nomisma, figure of
Isaac standing. Fine 1
A’, Constantine X., Ducas (1059-67), Nomisma, cup-shaped,
fine ; and another, flattened 2
A, Eudocia, with Michael VII. and Constantine (1067),
Nomisma, MIX EYDK K(QNS, Eudocia standing,
facing, between her twosons. Very fineand very rare 1
A, Romanus IV. (1067-71), Nomisma, obv. Christ standing
between Romanus and FEudocia, vev. their three sons,
Michael, Constantine, and Andronicus standing, facing,
each on a mat or pedestal. Very fine and rare 1
Nomisma, similar to last, but the sons standing on
exergue line. Very fine and rare 1
A’, Michael VIII., Ducas (1071-78), cup-shaped Nomismata,
one vev. Christ on throne, the other vev. bust of Christ.
Both fine 2
Electrum, ——— Nomisma, in pale electrum, rev. bust of Christ.
Alexius Comnenus (1081-1118), Nomismata, one with
long, the other short robe. Very fine
John Comnenus (1118-43), Nomismata, with and without
reverse inscription. Both fine 2
—— Nomismata, one with full-length figures of the
Emperor and Virgin, small flan, the other with half-
length figures. Both fine 2
Manuel Comnenus (1143-80), Nomisma, MA. NV. HA.
AEC, Manuel standing, facing, vev. bust of Christ.
Very fine 1
Nomisma, similar to last, but on larger flan ; another
in electrum, with standing figures of St. Theodore and
Manuel. Very fine 2
Isaac II., Angelus (1185-95), Nomisma, with standing
figures of the Archangel Michael and Isaac. Very fine 1
Michael Palaeologus (1261-82), Nomisma ; and another
in electrum, of Andronicus IJ. and Michael IX., 1295-
1320. As fine as struck 2
John I., Vatatzes, Emperor of Nicaea (1222-54), cup-
shaped Nomisma, I () AEC IIO, John and the Virgin
standing. Very fine and rare J
Valentinian IJ. (371-92), Tremissis, vev. VICTORIA AVGV-
STORVM, Victory holding shield, inscribed voT.v.
MVL .xX.; and another of Justinian I. (527-65). Fine 2
Theodosius II. (408-50), Solidus, vev. IMP. XXXXIL.,
COS XVII., PP, Rome seated to left. Extremely fine 1
Solidus, vev. SALVS REI * PVBLICAE, Theodosius and
Valentinian seated, facing, each holding volumen and
globus; Anastatius (491-518), Solidus. Both fine 2
Heraclius (610-41), Semisses, one with large, the other
with smaller bust, and Tremissis. Fine oe
Justinian IJ. and Tiberius V. (705-11), Solidus, half-
length figures of the two Emperors supporting between
them a cross, vev. bust of Christ. Very fine and rare 1
A, Constantine V., Copronymus (741-75), Solidus, obv. bust
of Leo III., facing, cross in right hand, vev. busts, facing,
of Constantine V. and Leo IV. Very fine i
AN, Nicephorus II., Focas (963-69), Solidus, obv. busts, facing,
of the Virgin and Emperor, holding between them a
cross, rev. bust of Christ. Very fine and rare
Michael VIII., Ducas (1071-78), electrum Nomisma, flattened ;
and another, cup-shaped, of Manuel Comnenus
(1143-80). Very fine , 2
A’, John I., Vatatzes, Emperor of Nicaea (1222-54), cup-
shaped Nomisma, John standing, crowned by the Virgin.
Very fine I
AX, Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, the two Augusti
seated, facing; Basil I. and Constantine VII., rev.
bDASILIOSCE . CONSZAN STINSPISTY , ROWEOR
Very fine 2
Ax, Leo VI. and Constantme VIL, LEON. SCONST . ac;
Romanus I., Constantine VII., Stephen, and Con-
stantine, vev. ROMANO. CONSTANT, &c. Both very fine
and rare 2
Ax, John II., Comnenus (1118-43), silver Nomismata, John
and Alexius standing, facing. Fine 2
AL, Bronze of Constantine VII. and Zoe; Leo VI. and
Alexander ; Michael VIII., Palaeologus (3). Fine 5
A, Solidus of Justinian I., and a Siliqua of the Vandal King,
Thrasamund. Rare, but pierced 2
A, Solidus of Romanus Diogenes and Eudocia, with her
three sons. Fine 1
A, Solidi of Constantine Ducas, John Comnenus, and Isaac
AR, Silver of Leo V. and Constantine, scarce; Constantine
VII. and Romanus IJ., and John Zimisces 4
HunGary, Leopold I. (1658-1705), Five Ducats,
struck at Nagibanya, vev. double-headed eagle crowned.
VENICE, Zecchini of Andrea Dandulo (1343-54), Laurenzo
Celsi (1361-65), Marco Cornario (1365-68). Fine 3
Zecchini of Andrea Contarini (1368-82),
Contarini (1659-75), Aloysius Contarini (1676-83).
SCOTCH GOLD COINS.
James I., Demy, odv. legend ends raxs, rev. legend
TVVM DN4@, fleur-de-lys in legends, Burns, see Fig. 454,
No. 8. Very fine and rare
and pellets, in legends, Burns, Fig. 455, No. 10.
fine and rare
and pellets, in legends, Burns, Fig. 484, No. 210.
fine and very rare type
Demy, obv. legend ends rRaxsa, fleur-de-lys, crosses
Demy, rev. legend ends TvvM -, fleur-de-lys, annulets,
James II., Demy, @ rmaBvs ° Dal °? GRNAIA ° RAX ° Sa,
pairs of annulets dividing the obv. and rev. legends,
Burns, Fig. 499, No. 3. Very fine and rare
—— Lion, @ 1xcopvs pai crx X Rax ¥ SaoTTORVM?,
Burns, Fig. 526, No. 4. Very fine and very rare
James III., Unicorn, rev. €XVRGAT’ * Da’ * aT’ x DISI-
PANT’ * NIMIAIA, Burns, Fig. 632, No. 11. Very fine
and very rare
p* s Y aT * DISIPANTVRIN, Burns, Fig. 660, No. 1.
fine and extremely rare
Half Unicorn, First Division, vev. @axvRGat *
AN, James IV., Unicorn, rev. + axvRGATY Davs Y pissiPa’ TY
INIMIQIY al, Burns, see Fig. 679, No. 4.
A’, James V., Ecu or Crown, rev. als : CRVCIS : ARMA :
SEQVAMVR, Burns, see Fig. 742, No. 4a. Very fine and
A, Ecu or Crown, triangles of 3 pellets dividing the
words in obv. and rev. legends, Burns, Fig. 743, No. 6.
Very fine and extremely rare 1
A’, Mary, Three Pound piece, obv. . MARIA . DEI. G.SCOTOR.
REGINA, vév. IVSTVS . FIDE. VIVIT . 1555, shaded crown,
above it a small wedge on each side, Burns, Fig. 819,
No. 1. Fine for this very rare coin
AN, James VI., Noble, vev. FLORENT SEPTRA PIIS REGNA HIS
IOVA DAT NVVE RAQ, Burns, Fig. 951, No. 5. Very fine
and rare I
A, Rider, 1593, vev. . SPERO . MELIORA, Burns, Fig. 954,
No. 2. Very fine i
A’, —— Rider, 1594, Burns, Fig. 954, No. 4. Very fine 1
AJ, —— Rider, 1599, Burns, Fig. 954, No.9. Very fine 1
A’, —— Sword and Sceptre piece, vev. SALVS . POPVLI ,
SVPREMA . LEX . 1601, Burns, Fig. 956, No. 1:
Very fine 1
N, Sword and Sceptre piece, 1602, Burns, Fig. 956,
No. 3. Practically as mint 1
A’, ——- Sword and Sceptre Piece, 1603, Burns, Fig. 956,
Very fine, and very rare date
Very fine and
AN’, James VI., Sword and Sceptre piece, 1604, Burns, Fig. 956.
Very fine and extremely rare date I
—— Half Sword and Sceptre piece, 1601, obv. IACOBVS .6.
D.G.R.sSCOTORVM, Burns, Fig. 957, No. 1; and
another, 1602. Both very fine 2
Half Sword and Sceptre piece, 1604, Burns,
Fig. 957. Very fine, and extremely rare date l
—— Unite, Ist issue, m.m. thistle-head, vev. FACIAM . EOS .
IN . GENTEM . VNAM, Burns, Fig. 987, No.1. A beautiful
coin and rare 1
—— Thistle Crown, m.m. thistle-head, obv. IA’. D.G.
MAG. BR.F.&H’. REX, Burns, Fig. 988, No.2. Very
—— Half Unite, or Double Crown, obv. IACOBVS .D.G.
MAG . BRIT . ET . HIB . REX, vev. HENRICVS . ROSAS .
REGNA . IACOBVS, Burns, Vol. Il., p. 434. Very fine
and extremely rare 1
—— Unite, 2nd issue, obv. IACOBVS . D.G.MAG. BRIT.
FRAN . & HIB. REX, Burns, Fig. 990, No.4. Extremely
fine and scarce 1
Crown, m.m. thistle-head, obv. 1A’. D.G.MAG. BRIT.
FRAN . ET. HIB. REX, Burns, Fig.991, No.5. Very fine
and extremely rare 1
—__— Half Crown, m.m. thistle-head, obv.1.D.G.ROSA.
SINE . SPINA, 7év. TVEATVR . VNITA . DEVS, Burns,
Fig. 992, No.6. Very fine and very rare 1
Charles I., Unite, Ist issue, vev. FACIAM. EOS. IN. GENTEM.
VNAM, Burns, Fig. 1030, No. 1. An exceptionally fine
coin and rare 1
—— Unite, by Briot, thistle-head and B at end of legend
on obv., rev. HIS . PRESVM . VT . PROSIM, Burns, Fig. 1032,
No. 3. As mint and rare 1
Unite, by Briot, B before, a thistle-head after, the
legend on obv., same legends as preceding, Burns,
Fig. 1033, No. 4. Extremely fine and very rare type 1
——— Half Unite, by Briot, vev.. VNITA . TVEMVR, Burns,
Fig. 1034, No. 5. As mint and extremely rare
Eighth of Unite, by Briot, B and a lozenge above
the crown on vrev., obv. legend ends HIB REX, Burns,
Fig. 1038, No.9. Munt state and very rare I
Mary, Testoon, obv. MARIA . DEI. G . SCOTOR . REGINA .
1555, vev. DILICIE . DNI COR HVMILE, Burns, Fig. 782/3.
Very fine and rare
Francis and Mary, Testoon, obv. FRAN. ET.MA.D.G.R.R.
SCOTOR.D.D. VEIN, vev. FECIT . VTRAQVE . VNVM . 1558,
a lys above the crown on rvev., Burns, Fig. 877, No. 1.
Very fine and rare 1
Testoon, and Half Testoon, both of 1560, Burns,
Figs. 881 and 888. A very fine pair 2
Mary and Henry, Ryal, 1566, vev. legend ends £1 9, Burns,
Fig. 905, No. 6.
An extremely fine coin
Two-Thirds, and One-Third of a Ryal, both of 1565,
rev. legend ends EI 9, a single point after DEVs and
DISSIPENT, Burns, Fig. 907, No. 11 and Fig. 910, No. 16.
An extremely fine patr
Mary, Ryal, during her second widowhood, 1567, obv.
MARIA . DEI. GRA . SCOTORVM . REGINA, Burns, Fig. 912
varied. Extremely fine
Two-Thirds of Ryal, 1567, same legends as preceding,
Burns, Fig. 913, No. 4. Extremely fine |
James VI., Ryal, 1570, without countermark on reverse,
Burns, Fig. 921, No. 5. Extremely fine
—— Two-Thirds of Ryal, 1571, vev. PRO . ME. SI .
MEREOR . IN .
ME, Burns, Fig. 922.
extremely rare date
Very fine and
Thirty, Twenty, and Ten Shillings, all 1582, and
with armoured portraits, burns, Figs. 933, 934, and 936.
A very fine set
Charles I., Three Pound piece, by Briot, with B over the
thistle-head on obverse, Burns, Fig. 1005. Very fine
—— Thirty Shilling piece, by Briot, an anemone and B
on obverse, Burns, Fig. 1006. Extremely fine and scarce
Thirty Shilling piece, by Falconer, lozenges above
the crown on reverse, Burns, No. 38. Extremely fine
Cromwell, Crown, 1658, by Simon, usual flaw across the
bust. Extremely fine and scarce
Charles II., Pattern Broad, 1660, in selver, by Simon,
kingdoms, inscribed edge. Fine and very rare
?¢ in cruciform, divided by shields of the four
Pattern Broad, 1660, in silver, by Simon, bust of
the King to right, in armour draped, s below. Fine
—— Pattern Halfpenny, the King’s bust, in Roman
armour, to left, laureate, vev. QVATVOR . MARIA . VINDICO,
in exergue BRITANNIA, Montagu, No. 11. Extremely fine
William and Mary, Pattern Halfpennies, obv. five pellets
under bust of the King, vev. four pellets under bust of the
Queen, Mont., No. 3; another, with busts of the King
and Queen on obv. and rvev., and without legends,
Mont., No. 3a. Both very fine, the latter very rare
Anne, Pattern Halfpenny, vev. Britannia seated beneath
a crown, holding in her right hand an olive branch, in
Pattern Halfpenny, similar to preceding,
her left a spear, Mont., No. 3. Bronzed, very fine and
Britannia is holding a rose and thistle on one stem, in her
right hand, Mont., No.4. Bronzed, very fine and rare
Pattern Halfpenny, vev. a rose and thistle, each
with leaves, opening from one stem, and surmounted by
a crown, Mont., No.5. Bronzed, very fine and rare
George II., Proof Crown, 1732, young head, roses
plumes, plain edge. Extremely fine and rare
shields in cruciform. Bvilliant and rare
Pattern Half-Crown, 1731, young head, vev. four
George II., Pattern Proof Crown, 1746, rev. four shields in
cruciform, edge vicEsimo. Brilliant and scarce l
George III., Pattern Crown, by Mudie, rev. four shields
in cruciform, divided by emblems. Brilliant 1
—— Pattern Half-Crown, Eighteenpence, and Sixpence,
by Colonel Fullerton, all 1799. Fine set 3
—— Pattern Halfpenny and Farthing, bronzed, of 1805,
BRITANNIARVM, the former without ship, and k on
reverse (very rare); and Bank Token for 5s. 6d., bust
to left, 1811, struck in copper, Davis, 37, All very fine 3
George IV., Pattern Crown, 1826, edge SsEpTIMO. A very
fine specimen I
William IV., Pattern Crown, 1831. An exceptionally
brilliant specimen 1
Victoria, Pattern Crown, 1839, with large head, but small
lettering and date, by Wyon. Brilliant 1
“ Gothic ’’ Crown of 1853, edge inscribed “‘ decimo
septimo.” Brilliant and rare 1
Napoleon bronze medals, relating to his actions and reign,
a very fine collection, no duplicates, first portion 1796-
Second portion of the collection, no duplicates, 1806-
Medalets, jettons, tickets, &c. a large parcel
Elizabeth, Crown, m.m. 1 (1601). Very fine and toned,
an exceptionally good portratt 1
Charles II., Crown, 1662, rose under bust. Very fine and
well toned 1
George IV., Crown, 1821, edge TERTIO. A very fine proof,
and very rare 1
, Proof, in silver, of the Gateshead Farthing, 1814, issued by
John Harrop, Davis 4. Very fine and very rare 1
Alfred the Great, Penny, type 6, obv. HELFRED REX,
diademed bust to right, LONDONIA in monogram, crosses
above and below. Very fine and rare
Edward VI., Crown, m.m. y, 1551, Southwark mint,
EDWARD : Vi; D}G: AGL: FRANC ;Z% ? BIBER 1 REX |
Edward cantering to right. Extremely fine, and nicely
Peru. Philip V., Irregular Onza of Lima, rev. two
pillars, £.8.M., P.V.A., 7.1.7, im three lings, “2s
fine as struck, and rare 1
Barbarous Celtiberian and Gaulish pieces 9
Velia, Didrachms, varied. Good, but one plated 5
Didrachms of Posidonia, Metapontum, Velia (3); and
smaller pieces of Terina, Thurii, Tarentum, &c. 12
Didrachms of Tarentum, 3rd Century, three varieties.
Similar Didrachms, three varieties 6
Tetradrachms and Drachms (3) of Alexander the Great ;
Drachm of Audoleon of Paeonia; and smaller pieces
of Abdera, Acanthus, Maronea, Eion, Dyrrhachium, &c.
Gold Stater of Alexander the Great, symbol harper.
Tetradrachm of Aenus. Fine style, but poor reverse 1
Archaic Stater of Thebes; Drachm of Larissa; and
smaller pieces of Phocis, the Locrians, Histiaea, &c. 12
Staters of the Bceotian League, varied Magistrates’ names.
Both fine 2
Tetradrachms of Athens (5), form archaic. Good 5
Corinth, Staters (5), one archaic, others with symbols,
mask, aplustre, Statue of Zeus, and egis. Four good 5
Aegina, Stater, and Triobols of Hermione, Itanus
Polyrrhenium, Sicyon, &c. Le
Didrachm of Sinope; Drachms of Cromna (scarce),
Polemo of Pontus, and Erythrae, and smaller pieces of
Cyzicus, Parium, Dardanus, &c. Some scarce 18
Drachms of Miletus and Halicarnassus; and smaller
pieces of Samos, Cos, Cnidus, Ephesus, Rhodes, &c.
Some scarce 20
Antiochus II. of Syria, Tetradrachms, early head, fine ;
and Demetrius I., earlier type
Demetrius I., Tetradrachm. A fine portrait 1
Alexander Zebina, and Antiochus IX., Tetradrachms.
Both good 2
Antiochus X. (not common), and Philip of Syria, anda
Tyrian Tetradrachm of Ist Century period 3
Egyptian Tetradrachms, four of Alexander er
eight of the Ptolemies, and another
Tetradrachm, Drachm, and Obol, of Carthaginian striking
in Sicily ; Didrachms of Ptolemy II. of Egypt, and of
Cyrene ; and a Drachm of Juba of Mauretania 6
Tetradrachms (2) of Menander of Bactria, and of Azilises
(2) varied; and Drachms of Antimachus (3) and
Zoilus (2). Some scarce 9
Parthian Drachms. Many good, and some of early Kings
Parthian bronze. Mostly fine, and many early pieces 42
/E, Parthian bronze, of the later Kings. Many fine, and some
Greek A, of all sizes. Mostly in inferior condition, with a few
false coins 55
Greek Autonomous and Regal AX, and Greek Sanpete EZ, and
a few “colonial”? © 50
Aureus of Domitian, rev. PRINCEPS IVVENTVTIS, Hope to
AR, Consular Denarii. Good to fine, a few of the less common
AR, Denarii of the Civil War‘period, of Julius Cesar (4), one
with portrait; Pompeius, vev. Hispania welcoming
Pompey; Metellus Scipio, obv. head of Africa, rev.
7R, Denarii of Brutus (2), obv. COSTA LEG, fine, and rev. head
of Ahala, fine; of Antony and Cleopatra, poor; of
Antony and Augustus ; and Quinarii of Brutus and of
Antony. Mostly rare
/R, Denarii of Caligula, with vev. head of Agrippina Senior ;
and of Claudius, vevs. SPQR OP C.S., and arch, with DE
BRITANNIS, the latter plated. All scarce 3
Denarii of Claudius, vev. PACI AVGVSTAE (2), one plated ;
vev. OB CIVES SERVATOS ; and Denarii of the interregnum
of A.D. 68, obv. head of Mars, vev. three standards,
SIGNA P.R. Very scarce 4
/R, Denarii of Augustus (5), Galba, Vespasian (5), Titus,
Domitian, and Nerva 20
Denarii of Trajan (20), and Hadrian (6). Mostly fine,
and with a few of the less common types 26
Denarii of Sabina, Antonius Pius (11), Faustina L[.,
M. Aurelius (11), and Faustina II. Many fine 30)
Denarii of Commodus (10), Crispina (3), including the
rave DIS GENITALIBUS, Pertinax, and Clodius Albinus (3).
Some scarce pieces 17
Denarii of Severus to Gordian III. = Mostly very good 20
Denarii of Orbiana, Maximus Cesar, Paulina, Mariniana,
and Quietus. All scarce
Antoniniani, from Caracalla to Postumus. Good 27
Denarii of Diocletian (2), and Maximianus I., and a dillon
Licinius I 4,
Solidus of Gratian, vev. PRINCIPIVM IVVENTVTIS, the
Emperor with spear and orb toright. Scarce and fine 1
Constantius II., Double Siliquae of Antioch, obv. bare
head, rev. VOTIS XXV MVLT XXx. A scarce variety 2
Constantius II., Siliquae, of the usual type, of various
mints. All very fine 5
Constantius Gallus Cesar, Double Siliqua, with rev.
VOTIS V MVLT xX; and Siliqua, with vev. star in wreath,
without inscription. Both very rare 2
Siliquae of Julian (3), Valentinian I. (2), Valens (5), and
Gratian (4). Many fine 14
Siliquae of Valentinian II. (5), Theodosius (2), Magnus
Maximus (3), and Arcadius (2). Many fine 12
Siliqua of Eugenius of Treves mint. Fine and scarce 1
Roman, nearly all Ist brass, of many Emperors 100
London struck Roman small bronze of Allectus, Maxi-
mianus I., Constantius I., Constantine the Great,
Constantine II., and Crispus. Many fine 18
Roman A, mixed Consular and Imperial. Not fine 97
i i8 0 195
> Ss 0 196
rp Q 197
—_- — 198
m0 © 199
ime 0 200
AR, Roman Consular Denarii:—Acilia Bab. 8, Antestia 9,
Antonia 1, Aquillia 2, Carisia 3, Coelia 4, Cordia 1,
Furia 23, Livineia 10, Mamilia 6, Nonia 1, Plaucia 4,
Plautia 13, Postumia 8, Satriena, Servilia 14, Sul-
picia 1, Titia 1. Adl very fine 18
AR, Miscellaneous Consular Denarii. Mostly fine 48
BOOKS AND CABINETS.
Akerman’s Numismatic Journal, Nos. 1 and 2, 1836-38, being
the first two volumes of the Numismatic Chronicle,
very scarce; Akerman’s Roman Coins, 2 vols. ; Martin
Folkes’ Plates of British Coins 4
Numismatic Chronicle, bound volumes, 1879, 1897-1900,
1905-6 7 Gols:
An oak cabinet, fitted with 86 double pierced mahogany trays,
arranged in two tiers, folding doors, lock and key; a
fine piece, capable of holding many thousand coins.
Height 49in., width 29i1n., depth 18in.
The Numismatic Chronicle, 1898-1929, a very fine series,
bound uniformly in cloth (except the last three years,
which are in parts as issued) 3
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AT HALF-PAST ONE PRECISELY.
ENGLISH GOLD COINS.
Ancient British Stater, Evans, type A4, on obverse, but
horse turned to left on reverse. Unpublished and fine 1
Edward Ill., Anglo-Gallic Chaise, King seated on throne,
rev. cross, with quatrefoil at each end. _ Very fine
Henry V., Noble, m.m. on reverse, a cross mullet at
King’s wrist, broken annulet on side of ship.
Henry VI., Noble, annulet coinage, m.m. lys, annulet at
King’s wrist, mullet afterIHc. Extremely fine I
—— Noble, annulet coinage as last, but with lys over
stern of ship. Fine, except for a small chip, and a rare
stern of ship. Fine and rare
annulet at King’s. wrist. Fine and rare
4 var. Cracked, otherwise fine
Noble, annulet coinage, similar, but with flag at
Half Noble, annulet coinage, m.m. on reverse, lys,
Anglo-Gallic Salute of Dijon, m.m. Veronica, Hewlett,
Henry VII., Half Angel, 2nd coinage, m.m. pheon. Very
good and rare
Henry VIII., Half Sovereign of last coinage, m.m. pellet
in circle. Mis-struck, but a good, clear portrait of the
Half Angel, Ist coinage, m.m. portcullis.
, Edward VI., Half Sovereign, 2nd coinage, m.m. arrow,
SCVTVM FIDEI. PROTEGET. EVM., bare-headed bust of
boy King. Fine 1
Elizabeth, fine Sovereign, ELIZABETH .D.G. ANG. FRA.
ET . HIB . REGINA, the Queen enthroned, facing, m.m.
scallop, Fine and rare
—— Pound Sovereign, m.m. ton, ELIZABETH .D.G.ANG.
FRA .ET.HIB.REGINA. Fine and scarce |
—— Pound Sovereign, m.m. woolpack, ELIZABETH.D.G.
ANG.FRA.ET.HI.REGINA. Very fine and scarce 1
— Half Sovereign, m.m. cross-crosslet, ELIZABETH .
D.G.ANG.FR.ET.HIB.REGINA. Very good 1
Half Sovereign, m.m. ton, fine work type, the Queen
in richly decorated dress. Very fine, but pierced 1
—— Halt-Crown, of similar type, m.m. woolpack. Fine
but cracked 1
—— Angel, m.m. lys, of early type, with wire line circle
on reverse. Good condition 1
—— Angels, m.m. bell, and m.m. crescent. Both fine 2
Half Angel, m.m. bell. Very good, and a rare little
James I., Kose Ryal, m.m. rose, IACOBVS .D.G. MAG.
BRIT . FRAN . ET . HIBER . REX ., James enthroned,
seated facing. Very fine and rare 1
Charles I., Unite, Ist type, m.m. lys, bust in ruff, square
shield. Very fine 1
—— Oxford Unite, 1643, vev. legend and declaration
upon continuous scroll. Fine, but has been bent and
—— Oxford Unite, 1644, ox, obv. m.m. plume, small bust,
vev. continuous scroll, 1644 below. Very good and rare 1
A, Charles 1., Briot’s Half Unite, m.m. B and _ flower.
AN, —— Briot’s Scotch Unite, m.m. thistle and B, vev. HIS .
PRESVM . VT. PROSIM. Very fine, toned and rare I
AN, Gold medalet on the birth of Prince Charles, 1630,
four oval garnished shields, M.J. 35, variety reading
FRA .ET.HIB. Fine and rare 1
AN’, Commonwealth, Unite, 1649, m.m. sun. Very good, and
a rare date, being that of Charles’ execution |
A’, —— Quarter Unite, 1652 (over 1650). Fine but pierced 1
A, Charles Il., Simon’s hammered coinage Broad, of the
Ist issue, without value or inner circle. Fine 1
AN, Simon’s hammered coinage, Broad, similar to last,
but from a different die. Fine but pierced 1
A, Simon’s hammered coinage, Broad, of the 2nd issue,
xx behind head. Very fine 1
A, Half Unite, of the same coinage, xX behind head.
Good condition and rare
A, Pattern Broad, by Simon, 1662, small s below bust,
vev. FLORENT . CONCORDIA . REGNA, 1662. Very
fine and toned 1
AN, Milled coinage, Five Guineas, 1670, bust with
pointed truncation and lovelock, edge VICESIMO .
SECVNDO. Fine 1
AN, Two Guinea, 1664, pointed truncation, elephant
below. Very good and rare 1
N, James Il., Five Guineas, 1688, rounded truncation,
elephant and castle below, edge QvARTO. Very fine
and rare 1
A, Five Guineas, 1688, plain under bust, edge QVARTO.
Very fine 1
AN, Two Guineas, 1687, rounded truncation. Fine and
Ay, —— Guinea, 1687. Very fine and scarce 1
AN, William and Mary, Five Guineas, 1691, plain under busts,
edge TERTIO. Very fine J
AN’, —— Five Guineas, 1691, elephant and castle below
busts, edge TERTIO. Extremely fine I
A’, —— Two Guineas, 1693. Very good, scarce ]
A’, —— Guinea, 1689, plain under busts. Very good l
A, —— Half Guinea, 1691, elephant and castle; another,
1692, plain. Fine and rare 2
AN, William Hll., Five Guineas, 1701, fine work type, me,
DECIMO TERTIO. Very fine and well struck
A’, —— Two Guineas, 1687, edge milled. Very fine and
AN, Anne, Two Guineas, 1709, post-Union type. Very fine
and toned 1
A’, —— Guinea, 1709, elephant and castle below bust.
Fine and rare 1
A’, —— Guinea, 1713. Very fine, a scarce date 1
A’, —— Half Guinea, 1710. Extremely fine and rare i
A’, George I., Five Guineas, 1716, edge SECVNDOo. Fine and
A’, —— Two Guineas, 1726, edge milled. Very good state
and rare 1
A, —— Guinea, 1714, “ Prince Elector” type, rev. legend
ending PR. EL. Very good state and toned 1
AN, George Il., Five Guineas, 1729, young head type, edge
TERTIO. Extremely fine
A’, —— Five Guineas, 1753, old head type, edge vicEsIMO
SEXTO. Very fine 1
MN, George Il., Two Guineas, 1738, young head type, edge
milled. Very fine I
A’, —— Two Guineas, 1740, old head type. Very fine
A’, —— Guinea, 1731, young head type. Extremely fine 1
A’, —— Guinea, 1731, young head, E.1.c. below. Very
good and rare I
AN’, ——- Guinea, 1734, young head type, large bust and
lettering. Extremely fine and toned
AN, —— Guinea, 1752, old head type. Brilliant and toned 1
A’, —— Half Guinea, 1759, old head type. Very fine and
AN, George Il., Pattern Guinea, 1774, by Lewis Pingo, edge
plain. Very fine and scarce 1
A, —— Half Guinea, 1762, by Pingo. Extremely fine 1
AW, ——Pattern Half Guinea, 1775, by Yeo, edge plain.
Weight 824 grains (the correct weight 1s 65 grains).
Brilliant and very rare 1
Proof Spade Half Guinea, 1787, edge plain.
Brilliant and toned 1
George IV., Two Pound piece, 1823, edge ANNO REGNI IV.
Copper-gilt proof of the obverse only of the Ist tyPe
Sovereign. Brilliant and probably unique
William IV., Pattern Half Sovereign, 1837, the obverse
struck from the die for the Sixpence. Brilliant, and
very rare 1
Victoria, Pattern Sovereign, 1893, by A. Wyon, veiled
and crowned bust of Queen to left, vev. ONE SOVEREIGN,
1893, St. George and the Dragon, edge milled. Brilliant
proof, only four struck 1
, ANGLO-GALLIC. Henry VI., Salute, m.m. crown (Paris),
obv. reading HERICVS : DEI: GRA: FRACORV: Z. AGLIA.
REX. Very fine and unpublished reading, HERICVS for
William III., Five Guineas, 1701, fine work type, edge
DECIMO . TERTIO. Extremely fine and well struck I
George III., Guineas, 1768 and 1792, spade and shield
types. Fine 2
FRANCE. Charles V., Franc-a-cheval. Very good state 1
George IJ., Five Guineas, 1746, old head, Lima below,
edge DECIMO NONO. Fine J
William and Mary, Guinea, 1691 ; George III., Guineas,
1785 and 1787, shield and spade types. Very good 3
Richard II., Quarter Noble. Edge clipped, otherwise fine
and scarce 1
George III., Guineas, 1777 and 1787 ; Half Guinea, 1804 :
Sovereign and Half Sovereign, 1817. Fine 5
George III., Guinea, 1787, Spade type; Half Guinea,
1809 ; Sovereigns, 1817 and 1820; Half Sovereign,
1820. Very fine 5
George IV., Two Pounds, 1825; Sovereigns, 1821 and
1830, both types; Half Sovereign, 1825. Except the
last, fine dq
George IV., Sovereigns, 1824 and 1826, both types ;
William IV., Sovereigns, 1832 and 1835; Half Sovereign,
1834. Very fine 5
York Groats of Edward III. and Edward IV.; Philip
and Mary Shilling, and other hammered coins 40)
Crowns of Charles II., 1663, and William III., 1696;
Half-Crowns, William and Mary, William III., and
Anne; lesser milled coins and Bank Tokens. Some
George III. to Victoria, Crowns (3), Half-Crowns (6),
Shillings (9), and three Sixpences. Some fine 21
Maundy coins, Charles II. to Victoria. Mostly fine 60
Victoria, Gothic Crown, 1847; proof Jubilee set, 1887,
Crown to Threepence. Brilliant state 8
Miscellaneous foreign silver (55), and a parcel of coppers
Victoria, Sovereign and Half Sovereign ; James I., thistle
Crown; James, Crown; and George III., Spade
Guinea. The last two pierced, others fine 5
FRANCE. 20 Francs, 1812 and 1814; 10 Francs, 18957 ;
5 Francs, 1862. Very fine 4
GERMANY. 20 Mark, 1888; 10 Mark, 1888; 5 Mark,
1877 ; and three Spanish coins 6
George III. to Victoria, Crown, Double Florins (2), Half-
Crowns (4), lesser coins (7). Fine 14
GERMANY. Double Taler of Frankfurt; 5 Mark of
Prussia and Saxony; Talers, etc., of Bremen, Baden,
Hanover, Prussia and Saxony. Very fine 16
Crown of Charles II. ; Half-Crown of William III., and
other English and foreign silver coins. Weight 20oz.
Miscellaneous copper and nickel coins about 300
English, Scottish, Irish and Colonial bronze. Mostly
Charles I., Exeter Crown, ™.™m. rose (undated), rev. oval
shield garnished with twelve scrolls. An unpublished
variety, of which only three are said to be known, fine 1
InprA. Pattern Rupee, obv. as current coin but with
L. C. WYON under bust, vev. the date unfinished, 186-.
Mint state and rare 1
Mauritius. Proof Five, Two and One Cents, 1878.
Brilliant state 3
Richard III., Groat, m.m. rose and sun. As fine as struck
and scarce l
Edward. VI., Crown, 1551, m.m. y. (Southwark) ;
Charles I., Oxford Half-Crown, 1643, date in large
figures. Very good 2
Miscellaneous hammered silver of England, Scotland and
Ireland. Some fine pieces 52
Half-Crowns of Charles II., James II., and Anne (5),
Shillings (5), Sixpences (2); British Colonial silver
(18), Roman Denarii (8), and bronze (6) 44
Victoria, proof Gothic Crown, 1847, inscribed edge, very
fine ; and Maundy coins from Charles II. 22
Cromwell, Half-Crown and Shilling, 1658. Both very
Perth, Halfpenny Token, 1797, with view of St. John’s
Church, struck in gold. Very fine, but a late striking 1
Barbarous Staters of Pannonia (2), Pennies of Stephen
(2), Counters by Passe (2), and other szlver coins 22
Scottish Halfpenny Tokens (56), Farthings (16) ; others,
English imitation regal and not local issue Halfpennies
(104), Farthings (15) io
, Welsh Tokens, Pennies, Halfpennies, and Farthings
(96) ; Irish Halfpenny Tokens (73) 169
Pennies of Eadgar, Moneyers Fastolf, Heriger and
Carthein. Good 4
Pennies of Ethelred II. (Lincoln and London), of Cnut
(York), and of William I. (Southwark and Salisbury),
both paxs type )
, English hammered silver, from Henry II. to Elizabeth,
including 3 Shillings, 8 Sixpences, 26 Groats, 21 Half
Groats and 75 smaller pieces. Many very fair 133
AR, Groat of Richard II., rave, but pitted on the obverse ; Mullet
Groat of Henry V.; Restoration Groat of York of
Henry VI.; Sixpence of Edward VI.; and 7 Pence of
the mint of Durham 11
AR, Crown of Elizabeth, m.m. 1. Good and round 1
/R, Elizabeth, Milled Shilling, fime; and “ Portcullis
Money,” Shilling (broken) ; a Testoon of Mary Queen
of Scots, 1558; an Ormonde Groat, and three small
Turkish gold coins 7
AR, Exeter, Crown of Charles I. ; Shilling of Cromwell, fine ;
hammered Shilling of Charles Il. ; anda Scottish Merk
of the same 4
AR, Thalers of the 17th Century, of Emperor Ferdinand II.,
of four Dukes of Saxony (1625), of Besancon, with
standing figure of Charles V., and John Ernest, Arch-
bishop of Salzburg. All fine 4
European billion and base silver of the 18th and 19th
Centuries, including a few real silver pieces 150
AR, Nineteenth Century Shilling Tokens (5), Sixpences (15) ;
Bank of England, 5/-, 3/-, 1/6, &c. (8), and three
medals. Fine 31
#E, Penny and Halfpenny Tokens (56); Roman and Bac-
trian bronze in envelopes and identified (23) 79
ZE, British Colonial bronze and nickels, mostly of Africa.
Fine and all different 90
£2, Australian Tokens (172), and 4 medals, all in envelopes
and identified. Fine, no duplicates 176
ZZ, Coins, tokens and medals, about 620. Not fine
AR, Maundy coins, Charles II. to Victoria. Mostly very
l t @
1 oO 8
1 0 ®@
0 4 0
0 9 O
/R, Maundy coins, Victoria, Edward VII., and George V.
Very fine 134
/R, Maundy coins, Charles II. to George III. Very good
AR, Maundy coins, Charles II. to Victoria, including ‘“ Wire
Money,” 1792, all in complete sets. Very fine, the
earlier sets scarce. All different 92.
/R, Mint sets of Maundy coins, Victoria, Edward VII., and
George V. Brilliant state, all different dates 72
/R, A similar lot of Maundy sets. Brilliant state, all different
A’, James I., gold Crown, three small Indian coins. A,
English hammered silver from Henry II. 90
AX, Crowns, Charles II., James II., William III. (6); Half-
Crowns (9), Shillings (27), Sixpences (16). Varded,;
but not fine 58
AR, Crowns of George III., George IV., and Victoria (4),
Half-Crowns (7), Double Florins (2), Shillings, &c. (16).
Some fine Ne
AR, British Colonial silver, India, Aliwar, Mombasa, Australia,
Canada, &c. (40) ; Bank Dollars and Bank Tokens (10).
Some fine 50
/R, Dollar size coins of France, Germany, Spain and China
(6), lesser coins of many states. Weight 18oz. FEI
/R, Large Jubilee medals, 1897 (2); smaller medals and
various coins. Weight 12oz. 64
/E, English bronze coins, tokens and medals, in envelopes
and described A large parcel
Billon. Tetradrachms of Alexandria. Many Emberors
Roman Imperial Denarii. Fair condition 70
Roman Denarii. A simular lot 70
Roman Denarii, as before, and a few small Greek coins
Pennies of the Henries and Edwards (52); Groats,
Edward III. to Elizabeth (22) 74
Shillings, Elizabeth to George III. (27) ; Sixpences (10) ;
Half-Crowns of Charles I. (3) 40
Medal of Stoneyhurst College, very fine ; and other stlver
coins and medals 97
Seven silver medals of famous Romans, and twenty-one
in bronze of famous Frenchmen. Very jine 28
Roman Ist brass, from Nero to Gordian III. Not jfine,
but a good varied lot 230
Roman 2nd and 3rd brass. Maznly the latter about 600
A similar lot of 2nd and 3rd brass about 600
Greek bronze, chiefly of Alexandria. Some fine 350
Miscellaneous modern copper coins and medals (about
260) a parcel
Crowns of Charles II., James II., William and Mary,
William III., Anne ; bank and countermarked Dollars ;
Shillings, Edward VI., Cromwell, Anne, &c. Ze
Seventeenth Century Tokens of Cambridge (13), Middle:
sex (8), London (14), Monmouth (2), Hunts, Worcester
and Warwick. In envelopes and numbered 40)
, Set of the New Birmingham Tokens, 1894, mint state
(21). AX, Maundy coins, Charles II. to Edward VII.
War Wedals and Decorations.
Waterloo 1815, and Military General Service medal, with
four bars—Pyrenees, St. Sebastian, Nivelle, Nive, both
to Joseph Clarke, 28rd Foot. Rare 2
Waterloo 1815 (Corpl. G. Barter, 15th Hussars), in box of
issue. Very fine J
Military General Service, four bars—Sahagun, Vittoria,
Orthes, Toulouse (William Fuller, 10th Hussars). Fine
and rare i
Fight bars—Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, Salamanca, Vittoria,
Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, Toulouse (J. Poole,
45th Foot). Very jine J
Naval General Service, with four bars—Ist June, 1794,
St. Vincent, St. Domingo, Martinique (John Davis).
Very fine and rare
Army of India, one bar—Bhurtpoor (J. Bugg, 16th Lancers)
Order of Merit, India, Second Class, with gold centre, Havildar
Buddul Thappa, Simoor Rifle Regt., Delhi, 1857. Fine,
and only a few of this class issued 1
*,.* From the collection of Major Judge.
Ghuznee, 23rd July, 1839 (Pte. Wm. O’Brien, H.M. 16th
Lancers). Very fine 1
Punniar Star, 29th Decr., 1843 (Pte. George Lees, 50th
Queen’s Own Regt.) I
Indian Mutiny medal (M. Dunn, A.B., In. NI. Bdge, H.M.P.Vi,
Calcutta), rave; Afghan, two bars—Charasia, Kabul
(92nd MHighrs.); and India Frontier, one bar—
Afghanistan, N.W.F., 1919 (Dorset Regt.). Fine 3
Crimea, three bars—Alma, Balaklava, Sebastopol, Turkish
Crimea, and Long Service (Cr.-Sergt. T. Walker, 21st
Regt.) ; three bars—Balaklava, Inkermann, Sebastopol,
Turkish Crimea, and Long Service (Sergt. Hy. Gallery.
2Ist Regt.). Fine 6
Crimea, two bars—Alma, Inkermann (49th Regt.) ; one bar—
Alma (21st Regt.) ; one bar—Sebastopol (7Ist Regt.) ;
China 1842 (H.M.S. North Star and Endymion), China
1900 (2). Fine 7
Indian Mutiny, one bar—Lucknow (78th Highrs.) ; one bar—
Central India (72nd Highrs.); and West Africa, one
bar, 1897-98 (Capt. E. G. M. Short, Press Censor).
Very fine 3
George V., Indian medal For Meritorious Service (61st
Pioneers). Very fine 1
Egypt 1882, five bars—Tel-el-Kebir, Suakin 1884, El Teb—
Tamaai, The Nile 1884-85, Abu Klea (Lieut. C. H.
Payne, Ist Gordon Highlanders). Very fine and very
*..* Payne, C. H. (Bt.-Maj. Gord. Highrs.) : Egyptian Expedition,
1882-84.—Baittle of Tel-el-Kebiy, Medal with clasp ; bronze star.
Soudan, 1884.—Served with the Mounted Infantry. Battles of
Teb and Tamaai. Despatches, Lond. Gaz.,6 May, 84. 2 clasps ;
5th class Medjidie. Soudan Expedition, 1884-5—Nile. With
Mounted Infantry. Action of Abu Klea. Despatches, Lond.
Gaz., 25 Aug., 85. 2 clasps, Brev. of Maj.
Central Africa medal, with clip and ring suspension (Naick
Karm Singh, 15th Bengal Infantry), riband black,
white, and brown stripes. Very fine and rare 1
Bronze medal, with riband, awarded by King George V. to
Belgians for services rendered to wounded British
soldiers during the Great War. Very fine and very rare
Egypt, four bars—Tel-el-Kebir, Suakin 1884, El-Teb-Tamaai,
The Nile 1884-85 (Gordon Highrs.) ; one bar—Alex-
andria, llth July (H.M.S. Sultan); one bar—El-Teb
(Gordon Highrs.). Very fine 3
Ashantee medal, 1873-74; South Africa, one bar, 1878-9 ;
Boer War medal, one bar—Cape Colony (Lieut. J. V.
Lee, Army Ordnance Dept., &c.). Fine 3
The British South Africa Company’s medal for Rhodesia,
1896: and Edward VII., Coronation medal, with
viband. Fine 2
Boer War medal, seven bars; King’s medal; Sudan, two
bars—The Atbara, Hafir; English Sudan, and India
Frontier medal (R.F.A.). All ve-engraved. Fine 5
Boer War medals, with five bars (1), with four bars (2), with
three bars (1), with two bars (1), and with two bars (2),
and one bar—South Africa, 1902. Fine 7
Boer War medals, with six bars (2), with four bars (2), three
bars (1), with two bars (2). Fine 7
The Military Cross, War medal, and Victory medal (Lieut.
Rk. G. Morison). Very fine 3
1914-15 Star, War medal, Victory medal, and Meritorious
Service medal (Bedford Regt.) 4
1914-15 Star, War medal, Victory medal (six sets), and three
Long Service medals 21
Military medal, with bar for second service (2), 1914 Star,
War medal, Victory medal, and N.W. Persia (R. Berks.
Regt.) ; War medal, Victory medal, Territorial Over-
seas medal, and Territorial Efficiency medal (Gordons) ;
War medal, and Mercantile Marine (J. Platt) 12
1914 Star, with bar, War medal, Victory medal, and Meri-
torious Service medal (E. Surrey Kepet.); LG.S., twe
bars—Burma 1885-7, Burma 1887-89 (R. W. Surrey
Regt.), and Police medals, 1887, 1902 and 1911 to same
recipient. Fine 8
War medal 1914-18, Territorial medal, with bar (London
Regt.) ; Territorial Overseas Service, with Imperial
Service badge and Victory medal (Middlesex Regt.).
Fine : 5
Group of four medals to Lieut. V. Mulroney, Australian
Imperial Forces, 1914-15 Star, War medal, Victory
medal, and two bars—Iraq, Kurdistan. Very fine 4
The Manchester Pitt Club medal, Orange Society medal, and
Army Temperance Society medals, 7th Royal Fusiliers,
40th Regt., 60th Regt., 56th Regt., 96th Regt. Fine
Gold enamelled badge of a Companion of the Order of the
Bath, hall mark for the year 1815, 22-carat gold.
Fine and scarce 1
Persia medals, two bars—Iraq, N.W. Persia (A.S.C.); one
bar—Kurdistan (Cameronians and W. York. Regt.) ;
one bar—Afghanistan, N.W. Frontier, 1919 (P. of W.
Volunteers), and Regimental Sports medal 5
Gold enamelled badge of an. Officer of the Legion of Honour,
1830. Very fine 1
Silver breast star, with enamelled gold centre of a Knight
Commander of the Guelphic Order, founded in 1815 by
George III. Very fine 1
Defence of Gibraltar, 13 Sept., 1782, General Elliot’s medal,
with view of Rock and attacking fleet. A very fine
Gold enamelled badge of the Order of Pius IX., 1847, very
vave; and badge of the Order of the Tower and Sword
of Portugal 2
Badge, with riband tied as a bow, of a member of the Order
of the British Empire. Jn case I
Gold enamelled badge of a Knight Grand Cross of the Red
Eagle of Prussia I
Russian Order of St. Stanilaus, with swords; and Russian
Order of St. Anne. Both very fine 5)
Badge of the Order of the Nile, Ist Class. Very fine and rare |
Enamelled badge of the Distinguished Service Order
(Victorian). Very fine 1
Canada, one bar—Red River 1870 (Pte. H. Workman, 1/60th
Regt.), edge impressed. Very fine and rare 1
An officer’s shoulder brooch of the 72nd Seaforth Highlanders,
inscribed Hindoostan, Cape of Good Hope, Sevastopol.
An officer’s shoulder brooch, Argyll and Sutherland High-
landers, a cat’s head and motto, Albainn 91. Gu Brath ;
shoulder brooch, and cross-belt plate of the Aberdeen
Rifle Volunteers 3
A large scroll- -shaped cross-belt plate of the 7th hoe
Fusiliers. Fine and rare
Four Georgian hand seals, one with gold setting q
An officer’s cross-belt plate of the Argyll and ls
Highlanders (Ist Renfrewshire) V.B. Fine
An officer’s matt gilt cross-belt plate of the 79th Regt. Fine
An officer’s shako plate of the 28th Regt., 1816-1825, with
battle honours, Egypt, Barrosa, Waterloo, Peninsula.
Fine and rare i
An officer’s cross-belt plate of the Royal South Gloucester
Regt. Fine 1
An officer’s bell-top shako plate of the 46th South Devon
Naval General Service, two bars—Ist June, 1794, 23rd June,
1795 (Michael Thorn). Very fine 1
** Served on H.M.S. Thunderer.
Army of India, one bar—Ava (J. Squibb). <A very fine Naval
George V., India medal, one bar—Waziristan, 1919-21 ; one
bar—Waziristan, 1921-24 ; one bar—Malabar 1921-22.
Very fine 3
411 Indian Mutiny medal, and New Zealand 1864-1865, both to
John Everitt, 43rd Light Infantry. Fine 2
4 12 Sudan Medal, 1910, one bar—Sudan 1912 (13th Sudanese
Regt.). Very fine and rare 1
An officer’s oval gilt cross-belt plate, with silver and green
enamel mounts, of the 79th Cameron Highlanders. Fine
and rare 1
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